No Damage Acoustic panels Installation is possible! Most if not all acoustic room treatment product installations, such as acoustic panels, acoustic foam, sound clouds, bass traps require some sort of damage to the walls, such as glue, drilling holes and installing screws or other types of fasteners. Acoustic Felt panels
Soundproofing and sound absorption are often misunderstood and being confused. False advertising by some companies does not help either. Some “Soundproofing videos” show sound absorption materials, like acoustic foam, and claim them to be “blocking the sound” which is not true. Sound absorption and Sound Blocking are not the same
STC test for AFP with Soundproofing
AFP with Sound Proofing layer – NRC test
Carry on Vocal Booth Prototype testing. Since then we imporved the design and our portable vocal booth is now can be set up within about 5 seconds! We also included a lot of additional accessories to make it an ultimate Vocal Booth for the road warrior. Thisi video was made
Q) How can I control traffic noise entering the patio section of my home I don’t want 100% sound proofing, but the best i can do to get the maximum gain?
A) You will need a dense material based on Mass Loaded Vinyl that is Weather proof and UV resistant. Sound absorbing material such as foam blankets or anything of the sort hang over the fence will do nothing for soundproofing of your house. Many people confuse these terms. “Absorbing sound”
We recently received a call from a customer who wanted to soundproof her RV. This was the first time we’ve ever heard of a project like this but it made sense after she told us that she needed the RV to serve as a mobile hearing test lab. During the
Why does acoustic foam sound “boxy” or “boomy”? We hear this statement from more and more people who have tried foam-based portable vocal booths and then switched over to our portable Carry-on Vocal Booth Pro. The Carry-on utilizes Producer’s Choice Blankets, and because of this, the end product is a
Sound blankets are an effective and economical alternative to acoustic foam. In other articles, we discuss the cost efficiency of acoustic sound blankets versus acoustic foam, superior acoustic quality as well as the versatility of applications. This article, however, was triggered by a question of the DVX user forum:
In the environments that require good sound control, there is a constant search for the most efficient and most reliable products. It is etched in our brains that effective products do not come cheap, and that you have to pay big for effective results. But is it really so?
Our customers tend to be savvy, innovative, artistic and crafty people — who like to solve problems. Here is one customer who came up with a really interesting and money-saving way of hanging his Producer’s Choice Acoustic Sound Blankets. He came up with this solution because he needed a temporary